When players think of the Metal Gear Solid series, chances are they might be thinking of the game’s primary protagonist Snake. However for gamers who are looking to shake things up a bit, you’ll be interested to learn that a recent update released for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will let players play as Quiet.
In case you didn’t know, there is a Metal Gear Solid movie in the works. Now we know that video game adaptations have never really turned out well, so forgive us if we’re a bit skeptical about how this particular movie will turn out as well. However the good news is that it looks like its director plans to keep it true to the series.
Fans of the Metal Gear Solid franchise might have had a problem with Konami’s release method for Metal Gear Solid 5 but they can pick up the full experience starting today. Konami decided to release Ground Zeroes separately from The Phantom Pain. If you didn’t pick up the game back then you can now get the game in one complete package today with Metal Gear Solid 5: The Definitive Experience.
If you have played Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, you know that the game pretty much ends after Mission 50. However if you’re a huge fan and have been following news about the game, you might have heard that there is a Mission 51 whose footage was shown in the Collector’s Edition disc, but for some reason it was not included in the game.
The thing about fiction is that you can create anything you want and it doesn’t really always have to make sense because it isn’t real, but seeing fiction becoming a reality, that’s something else entirely which is what one man by the name of James Young has recently experienced when he got a prosthetic arm that was inspired by Metal Gear Solid.
Earlier this year, we brought you word on the original Metal Gear Solid remake that will be done in the Unreal engine by fans, giving it the name the Shadow Moses Project, which certainly stirred up some fair bit of excitement along the way. Well, it looks like cold water has been poured over the growing enthusiasm, as the fan-made Shadow Moses title has been cancelled. Who is to blame […]
Metal Gear Solid V’s online mode has a DLC called Cloaked in Silence. It has been talked about for a while now, but if you are interested in finally being able to get your hands on it, you will be pleased to learn that the DLC has been set for a release on the 15th of March, 2016 over in Japan.
Now that Hideo Kojima has up and left Konami, it’s really anyone’s guess as to what is the future of the Metal Gear Solid franchise. Konami will probably churn out more games, but we reckon it might be a while. That being said, in the meantime we wouldn’t be opposed if a remake of the original Metal Gear Solid was in the cards.
Just like how Grand Theft Auto V has an online multiplayer component in the form of Grand Theft Auto Online, so does Konami’s Metal Gear Solid V, whose online component is known as Metal Gear Online (not to be confused with the 2008 game). Now the feature has been live for console players since October, but PC gamers are close to getting it.In fact during a Twitch stream (via IGN), […]
It had been rumored for a while now that Konami would soon announce the closure of Kojima Productions Los Angeles Studio, the company has made the official announcement today, Kojima Productions LA studio is being closed for good. Not too long ago it was renamed as Konami Los Angeles Studios, developers there were focused on developing and maintaining the latest iteration of Metal Gear Online.
Amid all the talk about Hideo Kojima’s departure from Konami, the company says he’s just on an extended leave, a new report today claims that Konami has been internally mulling the possibility of a new Metal Gear Solid game. Apparently the company would like to continue the lucrative Metal Gear Solid franchise though it’s not immediately clear if it will continue the franchise with or without Hideo Kojima.
There are many reasons why Metal Gear Solid V was highly-anticipated. For starters it is a Metal Gear Solid title which has a loyal fanbase to begin with. It was also developed by Hideo Kojima, which as it turns out will also be his last Metal Gear Solid game as far we know. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn how much the game made on […]
The original Metal Gear game was released in 1987. This means that it’s about 28 years old today. Back then we suppose you could say that it featured some pretty killer graphics, at least for its time, but fast forward to today, those graphics are looking pretty damn dated. The good news is that one fan wants to remake the game using Unreal Engine 4.This remake is courtesy of fan […]
Earlier this month we reported that there was a save bug for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. This save bug basically had the potential to corrupt your saved game files, meaning that you could lose your progress that you have worked so hard for. Now according to new reports, a new save bug has appeared.This time instead of targeting both the PC and PS4, this particular bug seems […]